The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Arctic (Propeller), 13 May 1852


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The Milwaukee Sentinel of Tuesday says: "We understand that
Capt. Clement has bought out the interest of the Wards in the
steamers on the lake, and that hereafter the lines between this
city, CHicago and Sheboygan will be composed of the ARCTIC and
TRAVELER as passenger boats, and the LONDON as a freight boat.
As part of the same arrangement the GOLDEN GATE is to be
withdrawn, and the ARCTIC and TRAVELER are to take passengers
indifferently for the Southern as well as the Central Michigan
R.R. Lines."
      Detroit Free Press
      May 13, 1852


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route
Date of Original:
1852
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McN.E.4966
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Arctic (Propeller), 13 May 1852